Spectraseis Opens Calgary Office

Move in response to strong market demand for surface and borehole microseismic fracture monitoring and fluid mapping services

Spectraseis today announced the opening of its third North American office in Calgary, Canada and the appointment of Todd Chuckry as Country Manager for Canada. The move follows the company’s successful opening of offices in Houston and Denver earlier this year.

Spectraseis CEO, Ross Newman, said:

“We are pleased to announce the opening of our office in Calgary to better serve customers in Canada. We are seeing a high level of interest in our technology and service offerings in the areas of surface and borehole microseismic fracture monitoring and reservoir fluid mapping. Calgary was the next natural step as it is a rapidly growing market. Spectraseis will be providing our full suite of service offerings to the Canadian energy sector.”

The company has appointed Todd Chuckry as Country Manager Canada, and Rob Oulton as Microseismic Sales and Marketing Representative. Both Chuckry and Oulton have an extensive background in the Canadian geophysical services market.

Spectraseis’ patented microseismic event imaging and reservoir monitoring techniques help engineers and geoscientists more accurately calculate the effective stimulated reservoir volume in their fracturing programs to optimize drilling programs and frac parameters. By combining surface and borehole array data, ground-breaking microseismic fracture event imaging and fluid system mapping methods, Spectraseis’ time-lapse approach goes several steps beyond current techniques.

Spectraseis Country Manager Canada, Todd Chuckry, said:

“I am extremely pleased to be part of such an innovative and leading edge company. We see an outstanding opportunity to bring the most advanced technologies for Frac monitoring and fluid mapping to E&P operators in Canada. The response from customers has been very strong and we expect the market for our services will double in the next 12 months.”

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